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What is another word for invade?

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To attack by force, typically to gain control of
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“Troops had attempted to invade the villages in order to capture slaves.”
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To loot or plunder by force
“The cavalry and the seasoned troops should invade and plunder the countryside of Mannea.”
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To take possession or control of by force
“What actions by Czechoslovakia's government caused Communist troops to invade the country in 1968?”
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To enter a place or situation in large numbers and intrusively
“Cats began to invade the villages and break into dwellings in search of rodents that might be harbored.”
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To enter or gain access to a place or system, typically forcefully or unlawfully
“The hacker had exploited an unpatched vulnerability to invade the server.”
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To encroach or intrude on the privacy or affairs of others
“Certainly, no one set out to invade the privacy of individuals by developing better information management systems.”
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To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others' affairs
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To fill or permeate, especially with something undesirable
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To physically attack violently
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To physical enter or arrive at a place without invitation
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To force one's way into a place or building illegally
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To gain access to something, especially forcefully or unlawfully
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